Finland's Seiska-TV has uploaded a short video clip of what it claims is HANOI ROCKS frontman Michael Monroe, guitarist Andy McCoy and Andy's wife Angela arguing and apparently getting a bit physical outside the Helsinki-Vantaa airport on September 22, 2007. They were reportedly on their way back to Finland from Berlin, Germany where HANOI ROCKS performed the night before (September 21).A discussion of this alleged incident by HANOI ROCKS fans can be found on the band's official forum. Demolition Records has released a HANOI ROCKS special-edition digipack of the band's new CD "Street Poetry" featuring four bonus tracks: "Trouble Boys", "Fashion" (video), "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" (video), "High School" (video). Audio samples from "Street Poetry" have been posted at the web site of the Japanese record label Victor Entertainment. Check out the clips at this location. (Thanks: Alexander)
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